Anti-Bullying Week 2020 toolkit

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Anti-Bullying Week takes place from 16th – 20th November 2020. This toolkit rounds up useful resources from lots of different organisations, which will help children and staff come together to unite against bullying in all its forms.

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Date published: 06/11/2020

We know that bullying is a significant concern for many schools, parents and children. Bullying can negatively affect children’s mental health in a number of ways, including causing depression and anxiety, and schools have a very important role to play in tackling it.

To help schools address bullying, this toolkit includes:

  • lesson plans
  • posters
  • PowerPoints
  • top tips
  • videos

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